August 10 - 12, 2020
JW Marriott Marquis Miami, FL
Retail Delivery Connect 2020 Blog
It recently opened its most sustainable store so far in Greenwich, London. Resplendent with solar panels, rainwater-harvesting facilities, geothermal heating, and 100 percent LED lighting, the new store elegantly demonstrates the company's commitment to environmental friendliness.
1,900 supply chain executives and retail business leaders were surveyed in recent research by IBM. Of those surveyed, 80 percent stated their intention to introduce some form of automation over the next two years.
In order to combat Amazon's incredible logistics capabilities, retailers must come up with unique and innovative ways of bringing products from manufacturers to consumers. Industry 4.0 technology is helping in this regard.
Amazon might have created a solution that works for everyone. The retail giant recently introduced an in-car delivery service through its Key app, which means you can get Amazon packages brought directly to your car.
It's this transparency which gives blockchain its security, and what makes the technology appealing to so many organizations across a range of industries - including those in supply chain logistics.
A strong economic environment in the country right now is leading consumers to purchase more than in previous years. While this is fantastic news for the retail industry, it means the sector requires more transport infrastructure than ever before to get its products to customers.